Foreign Film

We Live 1001: The Phantom Carriage (1921)

On New Year's Eve, the driver of a ghostly carriage forces a drunken man to reflect on his selfish, wasted life.

Tribeca 2021 Review: ‘The Perfect David’ and Toxic Masculinity

David is obsessively works on his body to reach the idealized self of a bodybuilder. As David dedicates himself to further developing his physique, his social life begins to call out to him.

8 Great

‘I Carry You With Me’ Review: A Stirring Romance of Sacrifice and Strength

Joseph Braverman reviews I Carry You With Me, an indie gem when it comes to love stories.

7 Good

‘New Order’ Review: Violent Class Division With a Guilt Complex

Joseph Braverman reviews New Order, the international drama focused on class division set in a borderline dystopian future.

8 Great

‘Into the Darkness’ Review: The Powerlessness of Privilege Under Occupation

Joseph Braverman reviews the powerful and personal holocaust drama Into the Darkness, from director Anders Refn.

7 Good

Sundance 2021 Review: ‘Hive’ Stands in Stony Defiance of the Patriarchy

Fahrije's husband has been missing since the war in Kosovo. She sets up her own small business to provide for her kids, but as she fights against a patriarchal society that does not support her, she f...

9 Amazing

‘Atlantis’ Review: A Slog Through Ukraine’s War-Torn Landscape

Joseph Braverman reviews Atlantis, Ukraine's Oscar submission, taking a near-future look at how their society has been ravaged by war.

6 Fair

‘The Night’ Review: Iranian Horror and the Burden of Secrecy

An Iranian couple living in the US become trapped inside a hotel when insidious events force them to face the secrets that have come between them, in a night that never ends.

6 Fair

Foreign Lens: Pinocchio (2020)

Chike Coleman provides his foreign lens take on 2020's Pinocchio, starring Roberto Benigni.

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